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Students' evaluation of resources and facilities at Nkumba University.

Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K.

Abstract:
The study intended to establish the attitudes of students toward different aspects of Nkumba University with a view to find out areas for improvement. The study involved a self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) administered to over 230 students in the January 2000 quarter. The data thus captured were manually processed and analysed, using relative and cumulative frequencies. The major findings of the study were that the Teaching Staff were rated 'excellent'; the curriculum and Top Administration were rated 'very good' while 'Other Administration' were given a 'good' rating. piritual/religious facilities were ranked 'fairly good', while class facilities and utilities (e.g. power, telecoms) were not conclusively rated as 'good' or 'poor'. Library, accommodation, recreational/ extra- curricular, and health facilities together, with the environment (i.e. toilets, compounds, etc.) were all ranked 'poor', while computer room facilities, dinning facilities and the Guild scored a 'very poor' rating from the respondents. It is thus recommended that the University addresses the poorly rated areas.

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Document Title: Students' evaluation of resources and facilities at Nkumba University.
Journal: Nkumba Business Journal
Volume: 6
No. of Pages: 110-127


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Finance and Physical Resources
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Facilities, Resources, Evaluation, Nkumba University, Student Perception


File Size:141 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author and publisher
Date Added:06 January 2009


Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K. (2005). Students' evaluation of resources and facilities at Nkumba University. Nkumba Business Journal vol.6 pp.110-127